Some 30 parties and political movements and civil society organizations registered until yesterday afternoon more than a dozen people to participate in the contest of merits to elect the ten members of the National Electoral Council (principals and alternates), which performs the Council of Citizen Participation and Social Control (CPC) transitory, through a Technical Citizens Commission.
After the decision to repeal the prohibition for the participation of political groups from the internal regulations of the CPC, yesterday the leaders of different tendencies were observed to arrive with their candidates, who brought their resumes, boxes and folders, as well as their aspirations and proposals.
The Mandate for the appointment of this authority established two forms of registration: by nomination of political and social organizations, and by individual nomination, but under the auspices of the same organizations.
In Quito, SUMA registered Andrés León, ex-vocal of the extinct Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), and the ID to Mónica Noriega, who has already worked in the same organization.
The Workers Unity Front (FUT) registered “on behalf of the workers” Hernando Morales, former magistrate of the Constitutional Court, and Angeles Bones, said José Villavicencio, president of the union.
Alianza PAIS (AP) candidate Estela Acero, indigenous and exasambleista, and Mauro Andino, son of ex-legislator of AP of the same name and ex-adviser of Edwin Jarrin, ex-vocal of the CPC; and Cecilia Velasque, one of her coordinators and until recently Coordinator of Interculturality at the CPC, will attend Pachakutik.
The PSC planned to register José Cabrera, current transitory member of the CNE.
The sociologist Henry Llanes seeks representation by oil unionists; Luis Verdezoto, by social groups; and Maria Cristina Kronfle, by unions of disabled.
Meanwhile, in Guayaquil, Enrique Pita became the charter of the CREO movement.
Pita was a union leader of the Federation of Chambers of Construction of Ecuador and provincial director of the Guayas of the former TSE.
Monge clarified that the application of Pita is not because he has an identification with CREO, but because “it is a person of proven and irreproachable reputation and seriousness.”
CREO also presented the candidacy of Mónica Montesdeoca, in Quito.
Mikaella Andrade, coordinator of the Selection Committee of the CNE, explained that they hope to end the renewal of the organization on October 3. Although that date will depend on the citizen challenges that are filed against the applicants. He added that in this process there will be no knowledge test.
Yesterday, the entity expected to approve the merit qualification matrix.
twenty-one groupings registered candidates until 3:00 p.m. (I)